Clemson University Athletic Department

Clemson University Athletic Department

Administration | Staff Directory | Sports Information | Sports Medicine | Strength Training | Video Services


Quick Facts


  • Location – Clemson, SC 29633
  • Founded – 1889
  • Enrollment – 16,403
  • Nickname – Tigers
  • Colors – Orange and Purple
  • President – James F. Barker, Clemson ’70
  • Athletic Director – Terry Don Phillips
  • NCAA/ACC Rep. – Dr. Cecil Huey, Clemson ’64
  • Athletic Department Address: P.O. Box 31 Clemson, SC 29633
  • Overnight Mailing Address: 100 Perimeter Road Jervey Athletic Center Clemson, SC 29633
  • Athletic Department Phone – 864-656-2114



Terry Don Phillips Athletic Director

Rick BagbyDirector of Video Services Joey BatsonStrength Training Director Eric BaumgartnerAssistant AD Compliance Services George BennettIPTAY Executive Director Tim BourretAssistant AD Sports Information
Rebecca BowmanAssociate AD Compliance Services Charlie BusseyTiger Letterman’s Association Coordinator Bill D’AndreaSenior Associate AD

Jeff DavisAssistant AD Major Gift Development

Bobby Douglasdffe

Brandt GilbertIPTAY Collegiate Club Coordinator Phil GraysonDirector of Student-Athlete Enrichment Van HilderbrandAssociate AD Ticket Manager Kaite HillSenior Associate AD Bert Henderson IPTAY Associate Executive Director
Dr. Cecil HueyFaculty Representative Bob MahonyIPTAY Associate Executive Director Tim MatchAssociate AD Danny PooleDir. of Sports Medicine Head Athletic Trainer Dwight RaineySenior Associate AD
Robert RickettsAssociate AD Chief Financial Officer John SeketaAssistant AD Promotions Alphonso SmithHead Equipment Manager Lynn SparksDirector of Sales Gary WadeAssistant AD Facilities
Linda WhiteAssociate AD/Senior Women’s Adminstrator


The Department of Athletics offers nationally prominent athletic programs. Through a dedicated commitment to educational interests, a competitive athletic program, and integrity in all areas, the student-athletes, coaches, and staff strive to bring credit and recognition to Clemson University.

The mission of the Athletic Department is to sponsor a broad-based athletic program that provides educational and athletic opportunities for young men and women to grow, develop and serve the interests of Clemson University by complementing and enhancing its diversity and quality of life.

Furthermore, the Athletic Department seeks to be a source of pride for the citizens of the State of South Carolina and to be recognized as a nationally prominent program, through consistently high levels of performance and accomplishment in athletic competitions.

The Athletic Department strives to develop student-athletes academically and athletically with the total commitment of aiding their efforts to graduate from Clemson University and advance to careers that will enable them to be productive members of society.

The Athletic Department will act in an ethical and honest manner, dedicated to compliance with all Federal, State, NCAA, Conference, and University rules and regulations.

The nine objectives are:

1. To provide support in all areas of student-athlete welfare, including academics, personal growth, wellness, career, and community service. 2. To recruit student-athletes who possess reasonable expectations of academic, athletic, and social success. 3. To provide facilities, equipment, training and healthcare to ensure that student-athletes have the opportunity to excel. 4. To maintain a sound financial base through adequate funding and appropriate management of funds. 5. To operate in compliance with all rules of the university, Atlantic Coast Conference, and NCAA. 6. To encourage student-athletes, coaches, and staff to participate in appropriate community service activities, consistent with university, conference, and NCAA rules and regulations. 7. To employ coaches and staff, consistent with university and Athletics Department philosophy and standards of integrity and moral conduct. 8. To support equitable opportunities for all student-athletes, administrators, and staff including women and minorities. 9. To support equitable opportunities for all coaches and staff in areas such as advancement, benefit increases, and continuing education.